Marcia Leonard

Falmouth, Maine

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May God comfort your hearts each day during this difficult time.
2Thessalonians 2:17

You are in my thoughts and prayers.

I am so sad to hear Mrs. Leonard is no longer with us. My love and condolences to the family. My heart weeps.

I am so thankful for her love. She was the greatest lady and role model to me. She will be forever missed.

To my beloved special family. I weep with you and laugh with you and remember the beautiful woman who welcomed me into her heart and the wonderful times we shared. . Please know how sad my heart is and how much I love you all. You have been and always will be a big part life. May you find comfort in family and friends.
Much love
Laurie Lee

May the light that was so bright in Marcia continue to shine through her children and grandchildren and to every person she so gracefully touched each day of her precious life. I will forever be grateful for the example of strength and love she provided my children and me.

Love and Blessings,

Carol FosterFri 10. Nov 17 13:23
I am so sorry and sad knowing Marcia is gone. Your family and neighboring families enriched my childhood immeasurably. I remember her delicious dinners, beautiful plants in your home and outdoors but more importantly Marcia's grace and intelligence.

When your high bush blueberries were in season I recall sneaking in to eat what I could while hoping not to be seen. I think she knew.

You welcomed the children from the neighborhood into...

May the God who "binds up the brokenhearted" and "comforts all who mourn" sustain your family during this challenging time. (Isaiah 61:1,2) With heartfelt sympathy.


Marcia's Obituary

Marcia LeonardFALMOUTH - Marcia Leonard, beloved wife of Lawrence Leonard, died peacefully at home with the help of hospice care, many wonderful nursing aides, and her children, David and Carol.Born in New York City in 1931, Marcia entered Bryn Mawr College at age 16, and met Lawrence at...

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